False arrest and wrongful imprisonment lawsuit loans

Helping the wrongful convicted through pre-settlement funding.

Get the financial support you need and cover your finances with wrongful imprisonment pre-settlement funding. Apply for funding on your pending wrongful imprisonment case today to qualify and get your advance in as little as 24 hours.

Wrongful imprisonment lawsuit loans

Wrongful imprisonment pre-settlement funding—for victims of abuse.

Baker Street Funding provides quick wrongful imprisonment, police brutality, false arrest lawsuit funding. If you have been a victim of excessive force, police brutality, false detention, or arrest, please contact Baker Street Funding; we will help you get the false imprisonment lawsuit funds you need fast.

About 10,000 people may go to jail yearly for a crime they didn’t commit. In January 2020, the Innocence Project found over 365 DNA exonerations in the U.S. 21 were convicted to death row. Alone in 2017, over 130 people were who were falsely convicted of crimes they didn’t commit. A wrongful arrest is defined as an individual being detained and/or wrongfully convicted by police without proper legal authority. Most innocent people, victims of wrongful imprisonment or false arrest, file against the officer, police department, and municipality for damages that include but are not limited to mental distress, embarrassment, and racial discrimination. The majority of evidence in these cases is discovered after the arrest when the individual enters the court. The most common occurrence of wrongful arrest is when a retail store owner or employee holds a customer against their will without probable cause or evidence of a crime, such as shoplifting. Often, the police will arrest an individual suspected of this crime without proper evidence and solely based on the employee’s testimony or owner. Under the fourth amendment, people are protected from being falsely detained and arrested. Often victims of false imprisonment don’t know where to go for financial help after encountering such horrific situations. Coming out of jail because you were wrongfully convicted can be very tough; your record is dirty, you don’t have a job, and you don’t have credit stability. If you were a student, your education probably stopped when you went to prison.
At Baker Street Funding, we offer false arrest abuse victims with active lawsuits, non-recourse wrongful imprisonment legal funding solutions. We are advancing your money because we want to help you and because we think your false incarceration claim is strong enough to win and pay the advance back. Contact us today or apply online; one of our experts will speak to you about your case’s specifics and move forward with your application.



Why Baker Street's wrongful imprisonment lawsuit loans?

At Baker Street Funding, we specialize in wrongful imprisonment lawsuit funding. Baker Street Funding provides a non-invasive approach that has made the company a leader in the settlement funding and litigation finance industries. We strive to provide an outstanding experience for both attorney and plaintiff. At Baker Street Funding, we will do all we can to provide you with a fast wrongful imprisonment/false arrest lawsuit cash advance(s) on the future proceeds of your pending settlement because we are one of the few legal funding companies in the market that specialize on wrongful arrest claims. Our rates start at 2% for law firms and from 2.95% up to 3.4% monthly for plaintiffs. You get a capped rate on the 36th month; meaning you won't get charged more interest rate on the loan if your conviction case doesn't close by then.

At Baker Street Funding, we specialize in wrongful imprisonment lawsuit funding. Baker Street Funding provides a non-invasive approach that has made the company a leader in the settlement funding and litigation finance industries. We strive to provide an outstanding experience for both attorney and plaintiff. At Baker Street Funding, we will do all we can to provide you with a fast wrongful imprisonment/false arrest lawsuit cash advance(s) on the future proceeds of your pending settlement because we are one of the few legal funding companies in the market that specialize on wrongful arrest claims. Our rates start at 2% for law firms and from 2.95% up to 3.4% monthly for plaintiffs. You get a capped rate on the 36th month; meaning you won’t get charged more interest rate on the loan if your conviction case doesn’t close by then.


See the wrongful conviction loan process.

Lawsuit funding step 1


Apply onlinen and just fill in basic details about your claim.

Lawsuit funding step 2


Once your attorney sends the documents of your case, underwriting will review your case in less than 24 hours.

Lawsuit funding step 3


Once your claim is approved for funding, you and your attorney will receive a contract to dually execute.

Lawsuit funding step 4


You will receive the cash advance within 2-24 hours from us receiving the contract.

Wrongful conviction lawsuit funding to get you one step ahead.

The power of wrongful imprisonment loans

Lawsuit loans or pre-settlement funding, are risk-free cash advances against your pending settlement award from your wrongful conviction case. This advance is powerful because it can help you get back up while you move forward with your lawsuit until you receive the compensation you are entitled to. If you or a family member has been a victim of false arrest and you have an active lawsuit, you may be entitled to a wrongful arrest lawsuit cash advance. Apply for a wrongful imprisonment lawsuit loan with Baker Street Funding and get your advance in as little as one business day.

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False arrest funding

Get higher approval amounts

At Baker Street Funding, we normally fund 10-15% of the wrongful arrest case value assigned by our attorneys. This means that we provide pre-settlement funding specifically for wrongful imprisonment victims who have retained an attorney and are involved in an active lawsuit. For example, if your pending settlement value is 10 million dollars, Baker Street Funding could advance you up to $1,000,000 to $1.5 million or 10% to 15% of that assigned settlement value.

Access low rates as low as 1.5%

Baker Street Funding is well-capitalized and doesn’t have any limits as long as your legal battle is strong. Our rates are very low compared to other companies and our contracts are transparent as there are no hidden shady fees.

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False arrest lawsuit funding

There are no risks, whatsoever

Settlement advances for unjust incarceration in fact are not loans. A false conviction settlement cash advance is also known as a non-recourse financing agreement which means: if you lose your case there is no further obligation for you to pay us back. Call us now and get your wrongful imprisonment lawsuit loan application filled in less than 2 minutes.

Our wrongful imprisonment and false arrest lawsuit loans has helped these innocent victims.

Baker Street Funding has funded the following cases involving false imprisonments. We have funded 100’s civil rights cases including false arrests, wrongful convictions, and police brutality. The names of the plaintiffs and the time may be changed and will not be mentioned for privacy and safety purposes. The following are our clients who got lawsuit loans for wrongful imprisonments.

An innocent man was convicted to life in prison for the rape and murder of a minor. He was young when he was sentenced, suffered a cruel life in jail at the savage treatment by other inmates, and was released 21 years after.

A teenage gang member in the neighborhood where the victim lived got shot with his little brother, and both died instantly. The young accused innocent plaintiff who never touched drugs was in the wrong place at the wrong time, and with the lack of evidence to prove his innocence, he was sentenced to jail for many years. His conviction was overturned when he was in his 50’s after his innocence was finally proved. 

This is a case of police brutality in Florida, the plaintiff had 3 broken ribs, a broken wrist, and a broken back for a crime he didn’t commit, he has vertigo for life, the cop is no longer working in the police force. 

This is a victim of implanted evidence in a crime scene and was convicted and served many years. A new trial acquitted the wronged man of all charges. He got compensated over 7 million dollars; he received $150,000 in post-settlement funding while waiting for his pending lawsuit settlement award.​

An innocent woman was accused of murdering her husband and got raped in jail for years by 3 officers working in prison. They have been rightfully convicted and she is free. 

Request a wrongful imprisonment lawsuit cash advance.

Apply today; one of our experts will get in touch with you to speak about some of the specifics of your case and move forward with your application. Get help today so you and your attorney can focus on getting the wrongful imprisonment BIG settlement award you deserve.

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If your attorney is non-co-operative, no funding company will take your case. Every legal funding firm only works with attorneys who co-operate with them in order to proceed with the false arrest lawsuit advance. It is fundamental that your attorney agrees to help you get the wrongful imprisonment lawsuit funding you need. The faster your lawyer talks to the funding company, the faster you can get approved for a cash advance from your lawsuit settlement.

Every wrongful imprisonment case is unique, and only when a plaintiff has a valid claim and has retained an attorney and all case files are received from your lawyer. The client will go into the underwriting process for a wrongful imprisonment lawsuit loan and most likely get the approval as long as your attorney fully assists with our request. This is because these loans are risky to the funding companies. After all, we don’t check credit or job status, and we only get paid when the settlement is won and by your attorney, who will receive the money before you. Our advance acts as a lien of your case.

The process takes as little as 24 hours from when we receive a copy of your case documents to wiring you out funds. Again, with your attorney’s kind co-operation, new beginnings will be possible for you. If you are a victim of a wrongful conviction injustice and have been incarcerated while you were innocent, you can call us at (888) 711-3599 or apply now to see if you can get funding in the next 24 hours. Baker Street Funding is fast when it comes to helping victims of abuse.

Pre-settlement funding for wrongful conviction cases can help tremendously get back on your feet, from finding a place to live while you look for a job to maintaining the main essences of life such as food, clothing. 

Your finances are most likely dragging, and you don’t know where to start, where to live, how to live. Pre-settlement funding can help you get your finances back up; you are not alone. By allowing yourself to receive the funds you urgently need, you also allow yourself to deal with the defendant’s long settlement waiting period instead of taking a smaller settlement offer.

What our clients who were falsely arrested are saying.

The customer service was friendly, the website was easy and the workers were knowledgeable of the questions that I asked them. They made it as painless as possible for me to apply to be that my English isn’t that great, the lady spoke Spanish and I got my false arrest loan the next day.

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I had a good experience with Baker Street Funding. I tried to work with a different company but a friend recommended them to me so I gave them a try instead. I filled out the application form and I was qualified 30 minutes later. Their process took about 3 business days from the time my attorney co-operated. I recommend them. I didn’t have much trouble working with them.

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My wrongful imprisonment loan process took 24 hours. I applied online and then they reached out to me for my lawyer’s confirmation. Then they called me and let me know I got approved. The funds got in my bank account the day after. With the lawsuit loan, I was able to pay my rent and avoided the eviction. Thanks Baker.

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False arrest circumstances and damages.

Miscarriage of justice is a commonly used phrase to describe a failure of the judicial system. This normally occurs when an innocent person is wrongfully accused and prosecuted of a crime they did not commit. It can also apply to an error in the opposite direction when an individual commits a crime but is not prosecuted properly. All criminal justice systems have some type of means to overturn wrongfully convicted individuals. While possible, it is often extremely difficult to do and at best is a long and arduous practice. Sometimes it can take years or even decades for a wrongfully convicted person to see their sentence overturned, others have been sent to death row. “Miscarriage of justice” is a Type 1 error, meaning that it falsely identifies culpability. Typically the term is used to describe Type II errors as well, which involve courts or municipalities failing to find the correct party guilty. Wrongful convictions are cited in many arguments against the death penalty, especially with the rise in DNA evidence which has cleared many false convictions. The term “travesty of justice” is used when an unfair and ignored sometimes on-purpose miscarriage of justice occurs. This is when there is a deliberate or easily avoidable situation that leads to a wrongful conviction or a guilty individual not being prosecuted. These terms have important implications in today’s judicial system and normally fall to the appellate courts to correct a situation that would otherwise have a miscarriage of justice occur.

  • The arrest of the wrong person;
  • The arrest of a person without probable cause that that person committed a crime;
  • Arrest without the mention of the suspect’s Miranda Rights;
  • Arrest without just cause;
  • Arrest with an arrest warrant that was obtained with false information given to the court by a police officer;
  • Arrest by incompetence, personal gain, based on race, or pure malice.
  • Lost wages
  • Damage to reputation
  • Embarrassment
  • Physical harm incurred during or as a result of the wrongful arrest
  • Illness incurred during or as a result of the wrongful arrest
  • Wrongful death
  • Punitive damages
  • False imprisonment
  • Excessive force
  • Malicious prosecution
  • Wrongful conviction
  • In 2014, the Illinois police agreed to pay $40 million to a man that was released from prison after being wrongfully convicted for the 1991 rape and murder of a teenage girl.
  • In November 2017, a California man received an award of $15 million as part of a civil rights lawsuit against the LA Sheriff’s Department. 
  • In 2017, LA paid $5.2 million to end a legal battle with a man whose murder conviction was settled as he was innocent.
  • In June 2018, a man was awarded a $10 million award for Wrongful Imprisonment. A man was wrongfully accused, convicted, and imprisoned because CA police made up and withheld evidence to frame him for a 2007 murder.
  • In December 2018, a Missouri man was awarded $1.1 million after he was wrongfully convicted of a robbery he claimed was committed by someone who looked like him.
  • In 2019, a Massachusetts man who served 27 years in prison for a murder he didn’t commit was awarded $27 million by the federal jury.

  • January 2021, a wrongful conviction settlement was achieved in Philly for $9.8 million to a man that was finally exonerated after serving almost 30 years in jail for the murder of a student.

Wrongful imprisonment stats and facts.

It seems too easy to convict innocent victims of crimes when the law does not work with them. Although each case is unique, the reality is that most of these cases include a combination of some of the main issues we will mention below.

We know that most police officers are good people fighting every day to keep society balanced. Sadly, there are those officers who are so corrupt that would alter evidence, lie in front of a judge, get paid to lie, threaten witnesses or anyone that comes in their way, or even try to secretly manipulate information about the case. 

Prosecutors as we know, are people of the law with ethics. But some of the crooked prosecutors will go as far as to hide evidence, lies, or completely ignore and important documentation that can mean freedom for the innocent victim, so the innocent ends up in jail.

20 people since 1989 were sent to death row for a crime they didn’t commit. And out of the 330 people who were exonerated from DNA testing, about 25% of those interrogations were deceiving. Of course, they changed their minds after.

Many people who see acts of horrors can’t remember exactly what happened much less ID the people who were involved.

Most victims who have been accused of the most serious crimes are not in a good financial situation. The court can appoint them an attorney, but sadly, these attorneys don’t have much experience in such serious cases.

As a society, we like to believe that judges are on our side, especially when we are innocent and recurring for help. But judges do not always work the way they should, some very powerful judges, as many people believe more than ever now, could be dishonorable. If certain judges can decide outcomes for the collective majority, then an innocent victim has barely any chance to prove their innocence if sentenced under some of these ex-prosecutors who act like they are above the law. Most judges are good people. But also, judges could play a big part in the false incarceration of innocent victims. Whether it was done carelessly or intentionally, the damage for these exonerated victims is done.

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